Look Inside Yourself
Run time 28 minutes 31 secondsProducer National 4-H Service Committee.Audio/Visual sound
The Mulligan Stew group tackle the problem of a teenaged brother and sister who are always tired and nervous, showing the importance of maintaining good nutritional habits. Teaches how food is digested and which parts of the body are used to help digestion. For elementary grades.
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February 21, 2016
Inside of Who? Myself?
Whatta depressing movie. Just imagine a depressing acid trip. Mecch.
If I "looked inside myself" and saw this, they'd soon be washing brains and blood off the wall.
May 22, 2015
LET'S HEAR IT FOR FATS AND CARBOHYDRATES!
More Mulligan Stew "fun" as the group try to determine why some popular kids in school are suddenly unpopular and restless. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out, but this is stretched out to half an hour. You have been warned.
February 13, 2012
killing myself right now after watching this
January 2, 2012
Nutrition is fun-damental!
"Presented by United States Department of Agriculture Extension Service for 4-H in cooperation with state extension services of the land grant universities." 1972
Series Produced by V. Buddy Renfro
Larry Friedman ... Mulligan
Barry Michlin ... Wilbur Dooright
The washed-out colors kind of make it hip again, like the cinematography in The Killing. None of the kids ever worked again in show biz according to IMDB, but I remember D-list comic Michlin vaguely. As to the content, it's safe, earnest and not too corny stuff that kids should see and understand about themselves.